Lao Tzu author of the Tao Te Ching The original text of the Tao Te Ching was written in a Chinese calligraphy style called zhuànshū, (Old Chinese or “seal script,”) around 600 BCE by the legendary Lao Tzu, a record-keeper in the Zhou Dynasty court. It was written in order to convey the wisdom of one generation to the next. It is the oldest book written that is still in print. The Holy Bible as we know it was not compiled until 397 a.d. in Carthage.
Enjoy Life, Live in a Tea Pot - Chinese Philosophy Painting - Asian Art
The man in the tea pot loved tea so much that he decided to live inside his tea pot. The deeper meaning suggests that if there is something you really love in life, make it the focus of your life.
Rich distillation of the timeless precepts of extremely influential Chinese philosopher and social theorist. Includes "Concerning Fundamental Principles," "Concerning Government," "The Eight Dancers: Concerning Manners and Morals," "Concerning Virtue," "Concerning Certain Disciples and Others," "Concerning Certain Disciples and Other Subjects," "Concerning the Master Himself," and much more. Footnotes.
Three Men Share Wisdom & Knowledge - Chinese Philosophy Art - Asian Art
This Chinese philosophy teaches: "One is the teacher the others, the students". Illustrating the circle of knowledge.
Friends at Sunset of Life - Chinese Philosophy Art - Asian Art
This painting is about two very good friends at the sunset of life. They have been friends for a long time, and though they are closer to the end than to the beginning of their lives, their friendship is still as strong as ever.